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SERVICE TO SPORT
SERVICE TO SPORT
SERVICE TO SPORT
SPORTS EVENT 12/13
CLUB OF THE YEAR
IT'S TIME TO GET NOMINATING!
12th Annual Sports Awards
Now calling for nominations
Reward your sport's high achievers and unsung heroes!
North Canterbury 2013 MainPower
in association with North Canterbury Sport & Recreation Trust
The North Canterbury Sport & Recreation Trust and major sponsor MainPower are
calling for nominations from sports clubs and the general public for the 12th annual
Sports Awards to be held on Friday 1st November in the following categories :
Outstanding : Sportsman, Sportswoman, Administrator, Coach, Umpire/Referee/
Team Offcial, Service to Sport (3 awards), Masters Individual/Team, Junior Male,
Junior Female, Club of the Year, Team, Sports Event 12/13 and Sports Personality.
Nominations are also requested for the :
MainPower Junior Sports Scholarships - Total value $10,000
Scholarships will be awarded to three outstanding young North Canterbury
sportspeople with the funds going towards their development in their chosen sport for
the next 12 months.
Who is eligible? Applications may be made by persons (or parents or guardians)
who reside in the reticulation area of MainPower NZ Ltd and are connected to the
distribution system of MainPower NZ Ltd.
What is the selection criteria? In awarding a Scholarship the following factors will be
considered : Applicants must be between 12 and 20 years of age, have been selected
by their national organisation to represent New Zealand, and have an annual income
of $20,000 or less.
For more information contact the Scholarship Co-ordinator on 03 975 5562 or visit
the MainPower website www.mainpower.co.nz.
Tickets to the event cost $70 and will be available from September.
Nomination forms for the North Canterbury Sports Awards and
MainPower Junior Sports Scholarships can be picked up from
McAlpines Mitre 10 MEGA Sports Centre reception at East Belt,
Rangiora or can be emailed or posted on request.
Phone 03 975 5562 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Scholarship nomination forms are also available on the
MainPower website - www.mainpower.co.nz
Nominations for both close at 5pm on Friday September 20
Young blood help
BOUNCE BACK: Jenna Heap gets aerial
to contest a rebound for Rangiora High
By BRUCE MARTIN
AN INJURY-hit Rangiora High
School senior girls' side fought hard
for a 65-40 win over St Margaret's
College on Friday night, in a match
that really set the tone for a
perfect weekend when it came to
North Canterbury basketball.
Rangiora led 26-16 at halftime, at
Pioneer Stadium, and kicked on for
the win despite blooding players
from the intermediate team to cover
On Saturday, North Canterbury
cemented its third place position in
the men's under-20 club basketball
competition, with a narrow 66-58
win over the Wolverines.
North Canterbury nudged ahead
38-28 at halftime thanks to a
strong second-quarter effort at the
The third quarter was neck-and-
neck, with North Canterbury still
However, the Wolverines mounted
a strong last quarter fight back.
Daniel Mills slotted three valuable
baskets in the time remaining, to
edge North Canterbury clear.
Earlier in the match, Lawson
Morris-Whyte wove his magic to slot
a fine 31 points under pressure. He
received quality ball through the
efforts of Liam Connelly and Jordan
A good defensive effort from
Rangiora High School senior boys'
side led to a comfortable win over
Christ's College at Cowles Stadium.
Rangiora got off to a fast start and
managed to force the Christ's College
players into turnovers.
These led to easy baskets.
Riley Block distributed the ball
well on the fast break, with Rupert
Jackman and Lucas Campbell being
the main benefactors.
Rangiora High School could be
happy with the way it rebounded
and its offensive zone work.
The North Canterbury men's
senior team produced a solid effort to
repulse a strong challenge from
Pioneer Yellow. North Canterbury
eventually prevailed, 83-75.
Netball teams rack up high scores
FAR LEFT: Clarkville's Jo Haigh
shows her athleticism in repelling a
Dayna Price shot. LEFT: Rangiora
goal keep Zoe Ladd stretches above
her Clarkville opponent to secure a
THREE PREMIER netball
matches were dominated by high-
scoring victories at Dudley Park
One predictable, one upset and
one unexpected scoreline high-
lighted the North Canterbury
Netball Centre clashes.
Top of the table Kaiapoi's clash
with bottom of the table Hurunui
was unsurprisingly a whitewash,
but the other two matches were
Kaiapoi kept its unbeaten
record intact with a 65-26 victory,
and in doing so confirmed that
Hurunui would claim the dreaded
Ohoka kept its slim semifinal
hopes alive with an upset 56-40
victory over Central.
Ohoka, sitting in fifth place,
needs two more perfect perfor-
mances to have any shot of mak-
ing the semifinals.
Rangiora High School continued
its hot run of fine form with a
56-26 thrashing of a below par
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